President Obama's 2012 deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter appeared on Sunday's 'Meet the Press' roundtable to discuss President Trump's politicization of Saturday night's terrorist attack in London.
"Never before in our history have we seen a president of the United States confirming [an attack] ahead of his own national security council -- forwarding things that are printed on Drudge [Report] about a terror attack."
STEPHANIE CUTTER: He has. I mean never before in our history have we seen a president of the United States confirming something ahead of his own national security council. Forwarding things that are printed on Drudge about a terror attack, and one of our dearest alliances in London. So, number one. Number two, he's politicizing it by attacking the Mayor of London. The Mayor of London saying there is no reason for alarm. He's trying to calm his citizens and the president is essentially making fun of that. And then he's politicizing it by bringing up the travel ban. Forget the legal argument of what it does to the Supreme Court by saying that it is a ban even though they are arguing that it's not a ban, politicizing the moment of a terror attack has never been done before by the president of the United States.